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Old 10-03-2012, 07:49 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by sanderson417 View Post
Thanks to you all for your responses. The idea of putting the Nori sheets on the food processor, along with using Garlic Extreme seems to have helped. He is now swimming in the tank freely, as long as he can't see anyone. So the tank is off limits until he has time to settle in a bit more. Thanks again. I had Nori sheets and red seaweed sheets soaked in garlic throughout the tank and he had no interest. He seemed to like the bits of nori from the processor.
it is less work for them and they do not have to leave cover to eat, good luck

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